SIS graduating PhD student Guillaume Boutard awarded major SSHRC grant for interdisciplinary music research
Guillaume Boutard, graduating PhD student at the School of Information Studies, has been awarded a major Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) grant with co-PI Fabrice Marandola (Schulich School of Music).
Their interdisciplinary research project focuses on "Documentation, Dissemination and Preservation of Compositions with Real-time Electronics".
About the Talk:
Racial microaggressions refer to subtle and often unintentional verbal, behavioral, and environmental indignities that target racialized minorities. While they often are invisible, especially to the perpetrator, racial microaggressions have harmful and lasting psychological effects.
Dr. Tara Flanagan, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was interviewed on CTV News!
The following School of Information Studies MLIS and PhD students presented at the 12th Annual EGSS conference: "Meeting in the Middle: (de)Constructing Knowledge|Rencontres au milieu: constructions et déconstructions du savoir" on March 15 and 16, 2013.
Three Minutes to Change the World is a TED-talk style event featuring McGill graduate students giving three-minute presentations about their thesis research initiatives and their impact on the community. It takes all kinds of knowledge to change the world— thesis research from all disciplines is welcome!
This bilingual festival has it all: Feature length films, documentaries, short films, animations, live performances and even a video/film production workshop for teens. The festival aims to celebrate the artistic achievements of people with disabilities who work in film, as well as to promote awareness and community consciousness regarding disabilities, accessibility, and inclusion.
Dr. Jeffrey Derevensky, Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was presented the Joseph Ciarrocchi Recognition Award from the the Maryland Council on Problem Gambling for pioneering efforts in research on youth problem gambling. Dr. Deverevnsky's research focuses on identifying and understanding the underlying factors and consequences related to youth gambling problems.
Congratulations Dr. Derevensky!
Part of the Ethics in Education Series and in collaboration with PEDTalks!
Dr. Susanne Lajoie, Professor in ECP, Featured in The Globe and Mail as a Leading Researcher Across Canada!
Dr. Susanne Lajoie, Canada Research Chair and Professor in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was featured in The Globe and Mail today as one of the leading researchers across Canada!
Stephanie Mitelman, ECP Course Lecturer, Interviewed on CTV News about Lack of Sex Education in Quebec Schools
Stephanie Mitelman, a course lecturer in the Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, was interviewed on CTV News! Stephanie works as a sex educator with the Sexual Health Network of Quebec, and provides sex education to Quebec’s public school systems.
“For decades sex education was a staple in North American high schools, but in 2005 Quebec decided to change course and dedicated instruction was removed from the curriculum.”